A man looks at armed pro-Russian separatists at a town center in Snizhnye in eastern Ukraine June 12, 2014. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
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Russia said on Thursday it would submit a new draft resolution on Ukraine at the UN Security Council, saying it saw no progress in Kiev's efforts to defuse the crisis in the separatist east.In May, the OSCE drew up a plan to help bring the pro-Western Kiev authorities and pro-Moscow militants in the southeast to the negotiating table but no progress has been made in several rounds of dialogue that excluded the armed separatists.Lavrov reiterated those concerns on Thursday.
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